on 28-11-2008 05:30 PM
Some good comments.
Pool IMO could be a lot better but it is still good fun. It might be nice to see your avatar during the game - I spent a whole game doing the robot dance without realising.
I think there should be some sort of scoreboard visible above the bowling lanes so you can see how much longer there are in all of the games ongoing, rather than just milling about hoping for a game to open.
Yes , i agree with both of them points!
The way your avatar moves in bowling is amazing , so surely they could do it with pool?!
Is there any use of the SixAxis for the bowling and whatnot, like that PSN game? I guess as long as the games feel natural then its all good though.
No , its not really like high velocity bowling , its more to do with pressing X , there is no use of SixAxis , i suppose this is becuase they want people to purchase HVB from the Playstation Store!
the man makes a fair point
Still sounds good though, thanks for the info dude
Glad i could help!
on 28-11-2008 05:56 PM
This is the kind of thread that we should be seeing throughout the forums. People are being nice to each other, nobody is having a go at anyone.
Over the last few days the forums have become a complete mess!
on 28-11-2008 06:06 PM
Acta_non_verba ha escrito:
How did you find out the shops open tonight?
A few fellow forumers have been saying it , dont take it as gospel however.
It would make sense,Ted said the stores will be closed until 27th and they are still closed, someone said an update from the japanese beta said the stores open on 28th and everything free until december 2nd. Hmmm
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